Brian McMillen Memorial Run/Walk raises over $5,700

Four hundred participants were on campus last Saturday for the Veterans Club’s 8th Annual Brian McMillen Walk/Run to raise funds for the LLCC Veterans Scholarship and other charities. The event raised more than $5,700. Winners include:
5K Female Overall – Jenna Montague
5K Male Overall – Chris Owen
10K Female Overall – Bethany Erwin
10K Male Overall – Chad Sutton

Student Life can post event promotional materials

If you would like to promote an event, the Student Life Office is here to help! We can accept up to 12 posters for related LLCC-sponsored events (21 if you wish to advertise at the ESAs) and up to seven posters for community events. Simply take the posters to the Student Life Office and we will take care of posting them for you. For more information on our posting guidelines, please visit: http://www.llcc.edu/student-life/student-life-services/bulletin-board-posting/

Thanks for helping us spread the news on all the great LLCC student and community events!

Registrations still being accepted for McMillen Run/Walk

Registrations are still being accepted for the 8th Annual Brian McMillen Memorial Run/Walk to be held this Saturday, May 23. This year,  any Lincoln Land Community College student/faculty/staff member with a valid LLCC ID receives a $5 discount. To register:  http://getmeregistered.com/BMcMVeterans5k.

Proceeds from the event support the LLCC Brian McMillen Veterans Scholarship. Any questions can be directed to Craig McFarland at craig.mcfarland@llcc.edu. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!

Environmental Club tomato plants available for pickup

If you haven’t yet picked up your order of tomato plants from the Environmental Club, you can stop by the Biology Greenhouse between noon and 3 p.m. TODAY, May 11. If you are unable to pick them up at that time, contact Becky Croteau (786-2369) or Peggy Goetsch (786-9622) and they will arrange to meet you.

Thank you for your order! It’s not too late to purchase plants. We still have many varieties available for purchase. Come by during the hours above or contact us to arrange your shopping spree!

Epicurean Club Ice Cream Social Tomorrow

LLCC employees and students are invited to the Epicurean Club Ice Cream Social Tuesday, May 12 from 2-4 p.m. in Bistro Verde of the Workforce Careers Center. For $5, enjoy assorted housemade ice creams and toppings.  Liquid nitrogen ice cream demonstrations will be at 2:30 and 3:30 p.m.

Environmental Club heirloom tomatoes ready for pickup

If you ordered tomato plants, your order has been filled and is waiting for you in the Biology Greenhouse in Sangamon Hall. We are hoping most of you can pick up your order between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. today, Friday, May 8, or between noon and 3 p.m. Monday, May 11. If neither of those time blocks work for you, please contact Becky Croteau (786-2369) or Peggy Goetsch (786-9622) and we will arrange to meet you.

Thank you for your order! It’s not too late to purchase plants. We still have many varieties available for purchase. Come by during the hours listed above, or contact us to arrange your shopping spree!

Registrations still being accepted for Brian McMillen Run/Walk

Registrations are still being accepted for the 8th Annual Brian McMillen Memorial Run/Walk to be held Saturday, May 23. This year, we are providing a $5 discount to any Lincoln Land Community College student/faculty/staff member with a valid LLCC ID. To register:  http://getmeregistered.com/BMcMVeterans5k.

Also, if you’d like to volunteer for the event please email Alison Mills at alison.mills@llcc.edu. Any additional questions can be directed to Craig McFarland at craig.mcfarland@llcc.edu. We look forward to seeing you on May 23rd!

LLCC students and staff participate as Lincoln-era re-enactors during presentation

Members of the LLCC community participated as Lincoln-era re-enactors as part of Dr. Terry Alford’s presentation about John Wilkes Booth at LLCC Thursday.  Actors included LLCC alum Matthew Reuker (back right) Re-enactors w Dr Alfordportraying Harry Clay Ford, treasurer of Ford’s Theater; LLCC Community Education student Terry Jones (far left) as James P. Ferguson, owner of restaurant/tavern next door to Ford’s Theater; LLCC Academy of Lifelong Learning member Mary Disseler (standing) portraying Katherine M. Evans, actress waiting in the green room to go on stage in “Our American Cousin;” LLCC staff member Kevin Lust (front right) as Joseph B. Stewart, an attorney attending the play; and LLCC student Elizabeth Roehrs (seated) portraying Julia Shepherd, a New York visitor attending the play. Dr. Alford is back center.

The presentation was sponsored by the Logger Activities Board.